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SNAP Staff

  • Here are some of the staff members that you will see:

    David Lorenzi

    SNAP Director

    David Lorenzi

    Staff

    Jill SiegeJill Siege

    Jill is pursuing her master’s degree in health and physical education at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She is currently a graduate assistant for the Special Needs Activity Program. She graduated from Slippery Rock University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in criminology and criminal justice. Jill worked with juvenile delinquent teenage boys at a residential treatment facility for nearly a year and a half after graduation. She fully enjoyed working with the kids, but realized this was not the ideal setting. Combining her two passions, working with kids and physical activity, has inspired her to continue her education here at IUP. Jill has always enjoyed being active and being involved in sports. She is excited to be able to influence healthy lifestyles onto kids as a health and physical education teacher.

    Paula LiebPaula Lieb

    Paula Lieb is working towards her preK-12 certification in health and physical education at IUP. In addition to her studies, she is vice president of the Health and Physical Education Majors Club and one of three supervisors for IUP SNAP. She has attended various professional development events, including Slippery Rock Mini Convention; Pennsylvania State Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention; and PSAHERD’s invitation-only student leadership conference. Paula enjoys working with people with varying disabilities and believes in giving every child the opportunity to be physically active. Paula has been involved with the SNAP program for four years where she served as a lifeguard then continued as a volunteer with the program. 

    Alexis PetermanAlexis Peterman

    Alexis Peterman is a junior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania studying exercise science with a minor in special education. She plans to continue on after IUP to either pursue a master’s in adapted physical education or a master’s in occupational therapy. She is also involved in CURE and the Exercise Science Club and volunteers at the local dog shelter. Since she was in middle school, she has been actively involved in Best Buddies, Peer Buddies, and different types of programs and communities involved with the deaf. She has a true passion for supporting those with disabilities.